Twitter Announces Ability To Download Past Tweets
KANSAS CITY, Mo — If you’ve ever wanted to look at past tweets you’ve sent on Twitter, now you can.
Twitter announced on their blog Wednesday the ability to download your Twitter archive, allowing you to look back at everything you’ve said in 140 or less, including retweets, since you joined the site.
Once downloaded, Twitter said you can search by month, or find certain words, phrases, hashtags, even usernames.
To check it out, go to Settings and scroll to see “request your Twitter archive” at the bottom. If you don’t see it yet, it will soon be rolled out to you. Twitter adds it’s only currently available to users who have their language set as “English,” although it will eventually be rolled out worldwide.
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